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Studio Projects VTB1 Rack Kit

Studio Projects VTB1-RK
Studio Projects VTB1-RK
 
List Price: $29.99
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Product Code: 2053

 

Studio Projects VTB1 Rack Kit

The Studio Projects VTB1 Rack Kit is designed to hold up to two VTB1 Microphone Preamplifiers in a single rack space. While helping you better manage your workspace, the VTB1 Rack Kit also provides a compact protection to your gear from dust and minor scrapes.

The Studio Projects VTB1 Rack Kit accommodates two VTB1 variable tube microphone preamplifiers in a single rack space and helps you organize multiple units in one convenient rack shelf to better manage your workspace. The Studio Projects VTB1 Rack Kit can also be used to place any two half-rack units together in a 1U rack space.

Studio Projects VTB1 Rack Kit Features

  • Accomodates two VTB1 Mic Preamps in a single rack space
  • Helps you organize multiple units in one convenient rack shelf
  • Allows you better manage your workspace
  • Two half-rack units together in a 1U rack space

Studio Projects VTB1 Rack Kit Specifications

  • Construction: Durable, rugged metal
  • Size: 1U rack space
  • Compatibility: Two VTB1 Mic Preamps
  • Color: Black

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Check your units before purchasing! June 23, 2010
Reviewer: John S. Trageser from Murfreesboro, TN United States  
In order to mount your two VTB-1 preamps in this bracket, you've got to take the four corner case screws out of the body.

I can't complain at the price of the unit, but I was disappointed to discover that one of my screws was drilled at an angle, and wouldn't come out. Long story short, there's no way I could rack my units without an expensive drilling at my local tool-and-die.

The bracket seems solid, and I would recommend it to a friend, but only if he or she checked to make sure they could get the screws out of their preamp first!

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